On the trails together
Nett, suuber und parat.
In Graubünden, biking on hiking trails is permitted by law, as long as there is no official ban on riding. So almost every hiking trail is also a biking trail.
The extensive Lower Engadine offers enough space for hiking and biking. We ask you to respect each other and show consideration - grazcha fichun! This way everyone can have a relaxing and carefree time in our holiday region.
Leisure in harmony with nature.
The National Park region impresses with its intact nature. In order to preserve this beauty, we are all asked to take care and show consideration.
- Use existing paths and routes and do not shorten them in order to protect the habitats of animals and plants.
- Do not enter protected zones. Find out about the protected zones before your tour.
- Keep the environment clean and take rubbish back down to the valley.
- When barbecuing, use the designated fireplaces.
Thank you for respecting nature!
We take responsibility.
The Grisons Mountain Manifesto
In ten points, the Grisons Mountain Manifesto shows how we treat the mountains, nature and all the creatures that live there with respect.